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St. Louis Area Schools

The information in this selected list of schools was gleaned from city directories and community and county histories. Unless noted, all facilities were located in St. Louis City.

List of Area Schools

Showing records 1 to 20 of 33.

School NameTypeDatesYear Address Tidbits
1909 407 S. Jefferson" "Barnes Medical University","College or University","Unknown-Merged","This was the medical department of Barnes College and included the Barnes Dental College and the Barnes College of Pharmacy.
1909 Garrison & Lawton Aves." "Beaumont High School","Public School","1926-Open","1942 3836 Natural Bridge Rd." "Bellefontaine Farms","Special School or Home","1915-Open","1942 Florissant RRI Bellefontaine Neighbors" "Blewett High School","Public School","1917-Open","1942 5351 Enright Ave." "Blow High School","Public School","1903-Open","1942 516 Loughborough Ave." "Booker T. Washington Technical High School","Public School","1909-Closed","1942 814 N. 19th St." "Central High School","Public School","1904-1984","1942 3616 N. Garrison Ave." "Chaminade Preparatory","Religious School","1910-Open","1910 425 S. Lindbergh Blvd. Creve Coeur" "Christian Brothers College","Religious School","1851-Open","1882 Kingshighway Blvd. & Martin Luther King Ave.
1922 6501 Clayton Rd. Richmond Heights
2003 1850 De La Salle Dr. Town & Country" "Cleveland High School","Public School","1915-Open","1942 4352 Louisiana Ave." "College of Midwifery","College or University","Unknown-Closed","This facility educated and trained midwives.
1909 3614 N. 11th St." "Concordia Seminary","Religious School","1926-Open","1926 801 DeMun Ave. Clayton" "Convent of the Good Shepherd","Special School or Home","1849-Open","The Catholic Sisters of the Good Shepherd opened this facility for “fallen women” who desired to reform. The capacity was increased to 550 by the addition of a department for juvenile delinquents.
1909 Bamberger & Gravois Aves.
Current 1050 Smith Ave." "Cote Brilliante High School","Public School","1904-Open","1942 2616 Cora Ave." "Deaf and Dumb School","Special School or Home","Unknown-Closed","This school was operated by the St. Louis Board of Education.
1909 Henrietta & Theresa Aves." "Deaf Mute Institute of the Roman Catholic Church","Special School or Home","Unknown-Closed","This school run by the Catholic Sisters was for the education of female deaf mutes.
1909 901 N. Garrison Ave." "Des Peres School","Private or Community School","1873-1935","This building is now the home of the Carondelet Historical Society.
1873 6303 Michigan Ave." "Eden Seminary","Religious School","1924-Open","1924 475 E. Lockwood Blvd. Webster Groves" "Evening Dispensary for Women","College or University","1893-Closed","This facility supplied medical advice and treatment for wage-earning women by women physicians. It also provided baths for children and women.
1909 1607 Wash St." "Fontbonne University","College or University","1924-Open","This school started as a college.
Current 6800 Wydown Blvd." "Forest Park University","College or University","Unknown-Closed","Preparatory school for women." "Hadley Technical High School","Public School","1931-1963","1942 3405 Bell Ave." "Harris Stowe State University","College or University","1857-Open","Harris Stowe was founded by the St. Louis Public Schools. It was known as Harris Stowe Teacher’s College. In 2005 Harris Stowe College became a university.
Early 1517 S. Theresa Ave.
1890 Downtown St. Louis City
1940 2615 Pendleton
Current 3026 Laclede Ave." "Homeopathic Medical College of Missouri","College or University","1858-Closed","1909 Jefferson & Howard Sts" "Kenrick Cardinal Glennon College","Religious School","1931-Open","1931 15200 Glennon Ave. Shrewsbury" "Lake School","Private or Community School","1897-Restored","This one room school house is in Creve Coeur and available for tours." "McKinley High School","Public School","1903-Open","1942 2156 Russell Blvd." "Missouri School for the Blind","Special School or Home","Unknown-Open","This was a state institution with a capacity of 150 students for the education of the blind. Pupils had to have good mental and physical capacity and be between the ages of 6 and 20 years.
1909 3851 Magnolia Ave." "Newsboy’s Home","Special School or Home","Unknown-Closed","The Catholic Church operated a school and home for news boys and dependent boys it furnished instruction and religious guidance and manual training.
1909 Garrison & Washington Aves." "Old Webster School","Private or Community School","1852-Closed","1852 330 N. Gore Ave. Webster Groves" "Principia College","College or University","1903-Open","This was the only Christian Science 4-year college. The college moved to Elsah Illinois and the high school moved to St. Louis County.
Early Minerva St. at Montclair Ave.
1950s 13201 Clayton Rd. Town & Country" "Roosevelt High School","Public School","1925-Open","1942 3230 Hartford St." "Soldan High School","Public School","1909-Open","1942 918 Union Blvd." "Southwest High School","Public School","1937-Open","1942 3125 S. Kingshighway Blvd." "St. Louis Community College","College or University","1964-Open","1964 Florissant Valley Campus Florissant

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